Topics of race, identity, and historical context are featured in this year’s Kraszna-Krausz entries focused in photography and filmmaking.
Olivia Snaije and Mitch Albert’s new book ‘Keep Your Eye on the Wall: Palestinian Landscapes’ offers a challenging, witty, and altogether unique look at the West Bank barrier.
Taschen publishes books that last, including Sebastiao Selgado’s Genesis, in editions ranging from $70 to $9,000.
Photographer Paul Nathan’s two new books document two of New York’s most visually fascinating, yet opposing, subcultures: high-fashion dogs and tattooed Williamsburgers.
Weldon International launches its photography book, China: the New Long March, at the London Book Fair 2012.
New iPad app published by Bei in Brazil features the Fernando de Noronha island. The app includes video, animation, photos, maps and more.
• Steve McCurry, one of the most famous photojournalists in the world, is always on the hunt for the “unguarded moment” — a slice of time that is both personal and honest. He has often found this in moments when people are reading. • “There’s an intimacy people have with a book and its author that is similar, what couples have,” …
By Edward Nawotka Today’s lead story looks at Steve McCurry’s photographs of people reading around the world. Many of them exhibit a sense of intimacy, of the reading having a special bond with the book in their hands. For some reading is a way of staving off boredom. Others seek solace through books. Still others are looking for edification or …
By Edward Nawotka Sports Illustrated magazine was among the first major magazines to release a demo for tablets and the iPad. Their original offered some gee-whiz features – but was a prototype. The magazine has had an app available for the iPad since April, but this week it releases its first issue designed specifically for the iPad and it’s interesting …
The loss of a day at BookExpo America only means more activity packed into less time. Publishers, booksellers and authors are making the most of the two-day show, cramming in meetings, book signings and socializing. Photographer Ben Papaleo caught all the action on camera. Here are some of the highlights.